"ワタシハ ファミリーコンピューター デス"
-The Family Computer
My attempt at recreating the Family BASIC font. I tried to make it fit more in line with coding software by including a full character set.
A neat language of combining letters to create even more unique characters. Based on some languages like Armenian. Work in progress.
This is the 10pt display version of the "Cream" font as used on the Xerox Alto (particularly in Smalltalk76 and its predecessors; a variant of it may still be used in Smalltalk80). The vector version is much higher resolution. This is the font that directly inspired the Apple "Venice" font, and also appeared as the System/UI font (instead of Chicago) on early Mac prototypes.
Formerly known as Cricket Pie, this font offers a fancy handwirtten, high-res, variable width style for new-style adventure and role-playing games. Not only just that, it might be useful for writing documents and taking notes! Original fonts by ©Square Enix Co., Ltd./Nintendo. Hiragana and Katakana fonts are coming soon!
An Arial Narrow clone to make Arial Narrow a little bit narrower.
This typeface was created from the theme of gregarious. Inspired mainly by the idea that we as sociable creatures live in society amongst people. To create the letter forms I walked around the city of Bristol, mapping my routes, therefore creating my typeface through interacting with the city constricted by the buildings around me. I put my typeface on a small grid to formulate the idea of a route, block by block.
This font is Bitmap Font.
_ w7*h15(+1 spacing)
仮名,英数字,記号(Kana, Alphanumeric, Punctuation)
__ w15*h15(+1 spacing)
Some kanjis are assigned to alphabets with diacritical mark.
¶ → ■(7*15)
Á → !!(7*15)
ÀÂÃÄÅÆÇÈÉÊËÌÍÎÏÐÑ → 超好評発売中版月日相手曲素材出電気(15*15)
[About this font]
Font of 3x5 or 5x5 dots.
Fractions and some symbols are very bad.
Don't use them.
The font from Sonic Mania! Created as a default font for my own personal use as there's not many good Sonic fonts out there for a default font but I've released this publically as well! Credit goes to SEGA.